Highlights - See Parliament, the National Museum and Hofdi House;Take a helicopter ride into the highlands of Iceland; Enjoy a super-jeep and snowmobile safari; or go dog sledding and glacier walking.. Read more ...
Highlights - see the oldest democratic parliament in the world, protected national park and travel along the south shore Read more ...
As you fly over the lava fields and land at Keflavik airport you will be taken into the Thingvellir national Park where the Hotel ION is your base for the next two nights... Read more ...
Best time to be there
June to September is a great time to enjoy a mild ocean climate thanks to the Gulf Stream. It is relatively mild in winter and cool in summer but this is when you can enjoy almost 24 hours of daylight. The weather can change several times during the day. In midwinter, whilst there is little daylight, it is one of the best times to see the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis).
Keflavik, approximately 30 minutes from Reykjavik
3 hours non-stop
Not required for UK passport holders
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* Golden Circle-Gulfoss & Geysir
* Thorsmork & Glacier Walk
* Blue Lagoon
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ICELANDIceland delivers a major hit of the surreal and the beautiful. Returning travellers' tales suggest that, for a few wonderful days, normal life is suspended. They recall sitting in hot tubs under the stellar theatrics of the northern lights; a helicopter landing on the lava field next to their lodge - 'we were expecting a helipad, but no, not in Iceland' - and driving onto vast Langjokull Glacier where the feeling of space was 'extraordinary and immense'.
An Icelandic holiday with Abercrombie & Kent could see your already seductive itinerary receiving some spontaneous editing from our super-attentive guides. Guest's letters and emails tell of surprise visits to a fascinating geothermal tomato farm for the freshest soup they've ever tasted; of joining a queue outside ice cream shops in minus 5oC temperatures (trust us, it's worth it) and descending into cathedral-like Thrihnukagigur Volcano, while contemplating the fact that fewer people have entered its cone than have been into space.
See, we told you it's surreal.
Suggested Iceland Accommodation Offers
With a commanding presence in the oldest postal code of Reykjavík, the 101 Hotel is right in the centre of this vibrant city...
Hotel Borg is an Art Deco hotel in the heart of Reykjavík. It overlooks the central square of Austurvollur, with a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops...
Hotel Ranga is a luxury countryside hotel and the only 4 star hotel in South Iceland. It offers all the facilities and services of a modern resort...
The Radisson Blu 1919 Hotel is a uniquely designed 4 star lifestyle hotel in the heart of Reykjavik, offering outstanding service to leisure travellers...
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The accomodation was excellent, as was the service provided by virtually every member of staff. The fast-track in-villa check in, along with the small cake, bottle of champagne and card to congratulate us on our wedding was a really lovely touch and much appreciated.
- AS, London
Beekeeping in Mwika Village
Generates income for local families from the sale of honey. It also helps conserve forest resources; bees need a healthy environment to produce honey.
Spring escapes with Abercrombie & Kent
The notion of a peak season is usually a function of weather and school holidays, often meaning an increase in hotel rates and airfares. However, at A&K we are big fans of the so-called 'shoulder' season. Here are a few great reasons to get packing this Spring.